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1- Leadership Styles
Transcript of 1- Leadership Styles
Inspiring or influencing others to work hard to accomplish important tasks
Leadership styles important to manage expectations
Goleman Leadership styles:
Authoritative, Coaching, Coercive, Affiliative, Pacesetting, Democratic
Need to master each- situational
the ability to get someone else to do something you want done or to make things happen the way you want
Dr. Daniel Goleman
What is leadership?
Goleman leadership styles
To explore core leadership theories and style examples
To identify Goleman's 6 leadership styles
To understand follower behavior for each style
What leaders do...
Decision making styles
2 Behavior Dimensions
Ph.D. degree- Harvard University
New York Times about psychology and brain sciences (12 years)
Over 10 books about psychology, education, science, and leadership
Goleman Leadership Styles
"Do what I tell you"
EI Competency: Drive to achieve, initiative, self control
Pro: High Control, manage troublesome employees
Con: Kills new ideas, no individual employee responsibility
Develop people for the future
EI Competency: empathy,
Pro: encourages new skills/knowledge
Con: requires time and mental energy, micro-managing
"Come with Me"
Mobilize towards vision
EI competency: Self-confidence, empathy, change-catalyst
Pro: Freedom to innovate, commitment to vision
Con: Not for team experts
Climate: Strong +ve
"People Come first"
Create harmony and build emotional bonds
EI Competency: Empathy, building relationships, communication
Pro: motivating, repairs damaged relationships, praise
Con: Lead to ambiguity, poor performance can go unchecked
"Do as I do now"
Set's high standards of performance
EI Competency: Conscientiousness, drive to achieve, initiative
Pro: Quick results, lead by example
Con: Overwhelming speed & demands, burn out, low morale
"What do you think"
Consensus through participation
EI Competency: Collaboration, team leadership, communicate
Pro: Encourage team building & participation, flexible to change
Con: Time-consuming, slow decision-making
Activity 2: What is the best leadership style?
Reflect vision back- conforming
Attention to detail
Don't ask why?
Initiative to learn by yourself
Take regular breaks- burn out
Take on extra work- capability
Consistent excellent work- feedback
Understand extent of job duties
If extreme, transfer to different department- change duties
Positive attitude and relationship
willing to learn
Keep open communication
Focus on discussion
Willingness to be influenced/influence
Suspension of judgement
Absence of posturing & defensiveness
Activity 1: Animal Leadership
Fiedler's Contingency Style